Ghana is a tropical paradise, with waterfalls wherever you turn, rolling mountains and pristine white beaches. It is home to more historic forts and castles than any other African nation, a throwback to its tumultuous history of colonisation and slavery. Travel and Tours in Ghana are becoming more popular and it is not surprising that Ghana is known as ‘the gateway to Africa’. What is surprising, is that there are not more visitors given the countries decades of democracy, welcoming people, stunning golden coastline, rich, colourful, vibrant culture, ethnic diversity, distinct history, tropical rainforests, rolling hills and exceptional flora and fauna.

With our local partner being an expert in Ghana’s rich culture and traditions, we can help you plan a tour through the history of the powerful Ashanti Empire. Alternatively, our small group tours help you see the best of the country on an itinerary designed by travel professionals based in Accra and led by local guides who will introduce you to the best of Ghana. We can offer a wide range of travel and tour packages in Ghana, including Ghana birding tours.

If heritage and history are your reason for travelling, then the moving memorials to the tragic slave trade era are a must visit. A cultural trip in Ghana can be educational and emotional at the same time, the memorials can be found across Ghana and are recognised as UNESCO World Heritage sites. The ancient mosques and traditional Islamic communities of the drier and less populated north contrast with the more developed and lusher tropical climate of southern Ghana. For any traveller looking to discover Ghana’s nature then you will not be disappointed. Ghana safari tours offer the intrepid traveller opportunities to view elephants in Mole National Park or to visit Kakum National Park where you can explore and if lucky, find primates and pangolins in the rainforest. Birds and butterflies abound, and for the more active, Ghana adventure tours include exceptional hiking, mountain biking and ecotourism opportunities. 


Ghana Group Tours

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Come on our Ghana Ancestral tour and retrace the steps your forefathers were forced to make. Gain an in-depth knowledge of what happened and seeing first-hand the edifices and now silent monuments that remain to this day.

Nestled closely together in the heart of West Africa, offering diverse cultures and traditions, each with distinct historical pasts and varied wildlife, Ghana Togo and Benin are the perfect way to experience West Africa.

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Local Travel Experts in Ghana

Our local partner in Ghana is committed to ethically arranged tours, with their our core values being ‘purpose before profit’. This is evident through the many projects that they are involved with helping locals and conservation. They offer professionally organised, expertly led and award-winning tours.

Areas of expertise include but are not limited to culture, history, heritage, wildlife, birdwatching, hiking, and walking, biking and photography. If you are considering a tour of Ghana, then you need to contact us at Our Local Tour.


Explore Ghana Tours

Ghanaians are eager to build bridges and welcome all people of African descent with open arms. Our experienced team of locally based travel experts are ready and waiting to get started helping you create memories and connections that will stay with you forever. Our Local Tour is passionate about connecting travellers with local experts who can show you around Accra and beyond. We offer a variety of customized itineraries designed specifically for individuals, couples, small and large groups. 

One of the key elements to achieving success with a heritage tour is the use of a local expert guide. We are privileged to work with some of the best and have highly educated, outstanding, passionate local guides working with us our team in Ghana. Several of their staff have dedicated their lives to studying and sharing African culture with members of the African Diaspora and are known in Accra to be some of the best in this field. 

Ghana Adventure Tours

Ghana, located in West Africa, is a country known for its rich cultural heritage, vibrant history, and diverse wildlife. As a traveller, one of the best ways to experience all that Ghana has to offer is through a group tour. Whether you’re interested in learning about Ghanaian history, experiencing the country’s vibrant culture, or exploring its natural wonders, there’s a tour for everyone.

One of the most fascinating aspects of Ghanaian history is its connection to the transatlantic slave trade. Ghana played a significant role in the slave trade, with millions of Africans passing through the country on their way to the Americas. For travellers interested in learning more about this dark period in history, a visit to the Cape Coast Castle is a must. This historic site was a hub for the slave trade, and visitors can explore the dungeons where slaves were held before being transported across the ocean. It’s a sobering experience, but an important one for anyone interested in understanding the impact of the slave trade on the world.

Ghana’s culture is just as rich as its history, and group tours offer plenty of opportunities to immerse yourself in it. From traditional drumming and dancing performances to visits to local markets, there’s no shortage of ways to experience Ghanaian culture. One of the most unique cultural experiences is a visit to a village of the Ashanti people. The Ashanti are known for their skilled craftsmanship, and visitors can watch artisans create traditional textiles, pottery, and jewellery using techniques that have been passed down through generations.

For ttravellers interested in wildlife, Ghana has plenty to offer. One of the most popular destinations is Mole National Park, which is home to elephants, antelopes, warthogs, and more. Visitors can take a guided safari through the park, where they’ll have the chance to spot these magnificent animals in their natural habitat. Another must-see destination is the Kakum National Park, which is home to a canopy walkway suspended high above the forest floor. It’s an exhilarating experience that offers stunning views of the park’s lush vegetation and wildlife.

No matter what your interests, there’s a group tour in Ghana that’s perfect for you. From history and culture to wildlife and adventure, Ghana offers something for everyone. And by traveling with a group, you’ll have the opportunity to meet new people, learn from knowledgeable guides, and experience all that this incredible country has to offer.